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FOX
Sep 2, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. as far as the warm temperatures you can see right new in the lower 09's toward fairfield, concord, antioch and livermore. san jose not as warm but still nice. oakland at 71 and downtown san francisco in the mid60's. here is what's happened. the layer of hot air on top of us. as a result we have some very dense fog to the coast that. will be a concern in the short term for tonight and early tomorrow morning. here is the cloud forecast model. lue notice tomorrow morning some of the fog mainly just coast side away from this. mostly clear skies inland and temperatures, has been cold to start out the day. a repeat performance first thing tomorrow morning. the readings in the mid40s in the north bay to the low to mid50s in san jose. here is the forecast, we take this into tomorrow for labor day. downtown around 70 degrees. look what happens as you head inland. temperature sensor going up and the warmest locations little warmer than today. that means a few neighborhoods approaching the mid-90s. when the warming trend ends and highlight the coolest day of the workweek. >> there was great
FOX
Sep 25, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. one of the replacement referees call s it a touchdown. you see number 26, a side judge, a high school referee from the central coach and foam green bay aren't the only one who think he got it wrong. >> the game's final play, in to the end zone. it's -- >> reporter: not just a game but often the most watched tv program of any kind on monday night gave viewers an ending that didn't make much sense. >> not surprised but it's unfortunate. >> this is the north coast. >> reporter: sam recently retired after more than 50 years refereeing high school games all over california including the bay area. >> last thing i would do is criticize an official if i'm at the game but watching on tv i'm like every other american and i think boy -- they blew that. >> reporter: specifically side judge number 26 lance easley who signaled a touchdown. people blasted him on the internet, even giving his home address where is he a high school referee and a vice press with bank of america. >> fans have actually talked about not even watching football in week as like a protest of the commissioner. >> you th
FOX
Aug 31, 2012 5:00pm PDT
we will see 70's. maybe some low 80's. today we barely got in to the 60s in many places, 65 right now in livermore. 60 hey boost 63 san rafael. you have the 71, right now temperatures will come up but still going to be below the average fog foot print. look at that. early morning, you have fog and low clouds in to the delta. that's a start with the clouds and then a rapid burn off but the temperature pattern it leaves behind. greens, there is the 60s and the 70s. that's what most of us will see. maybe a couple low 80s. north toward santa rosa. you get the picture. a mild day for saturday. when i come back, at 5:45 the big story is the holiday was cool. the holiday weekend here so i will go in to the five-day forecast and we will dial in each day and i will show you when the warm up will happen and if it'll impact the holiday. >> all right. thank you. they acedt. the brag rights earned by a school district because of the success of its students. >> and what had people lining up before dawn today? outside the office of a dentist in the east bay. . >>> we are following breaking news,
FOX
Sep 11, 2012 5:00pm PDT
of the same deal. temperatures about the same. it'll be warm. you have heat inland. upper 08's. low 90's. point of interest in vegas. they are getting hammered, you see this area, the flash flood warnings for the next few. they have been getting heavy street flooding. they have really had issues down there. we will talk more about that. winds off shore. gusting to about 20 miles an hour. n 't winds are coming on shore. tomorrow morning it's cool. it's -- the morning has been chilly. checking some of the observations, getting down to 41 degrees overnight. that's cold. we are seeing very cold overnight lows in the inland bay valleys. you will see a lot of 70s and 80s and a couple low 90s. the high pressure there. it's not real strong or we would see off shore winds but it's shallow enough, keeping the inland valleys warm. there is a good shot we will see coastal clearing. i mentioned the overnight lows, 44 santa rosa, but, if you get up toward saint helena, you will find temperatures in the low 40s. that is cold. for this time of year. 49234 san rafael. that's chilly. going to school
FOX
Sep 6, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. the s&p added 28. >>> authorities say they are going to come down hard if they find the person behind a hoax phone call that said a passenger on a u.s. airways flight was a terrorist. the pilot was ordered to return to philadelphia today and the very surprised passenger was taken off the plane in handcuffs. authorities say they found no explosives on the plane and they're calling it a nasty trick. the victim of the hoax was heading home to fort worth to celebrate his 29th birthday. >>> happening now, we want to take you life to sacramento to the chp police academy where we understand they have been ringing a bell there in honor of officer kenyon youngstrom, who was killed earlier this week while making a stop on highway 680 in alamo. once that is over -- well, we understand it just wrapped up here. but what is also going to happen up in sacramento, there is a memorial up there honoring all of the chp officers who have been killed in the line of duty. kenyon youngstrom's name is now going to be added to that memorial. >>> it took 90 minutes to free a man trapped between two buildings.
ABC
Sep 20, 2012 5:00pm EDT
going to be the deal. 07's into the 50s. there is the wind direction. a cool wind. seven mile an hour right now. that's not a bad wind speed. terms of your dew point values, running around 50 degrees. that's a dry air mass. here is the planner through the course of the evening. 67 degrees. we will be down to around 59 and a pair of 5's to start the morning. temperatures will start to rise with a good amount of sun developing. take a look at satellite. to you clouds at the present hour. i think these clouds come into play tomorrow afternoon and then we will watch a strong storm system. look at this low over hudson bay. that's going to bring in the chance of source, maybe a gutsy thunderstorm before things start to turn more on the chilly side into next week. look at minute list. 64 degrees, 70 chicago. this is the cool air that will stay on top. true heat down to the south and west. 104, down in phoenix this afternoon. high pressure on top of us right now that. will keep us high and dry in the next 24 hours but as that starts to retreat we will get into more of a warming trend. that wi
FOX
Sep 28, 2012 5:00pm PDT
the warmest bay area locations in the low 90's. maybe mid09's but low 90's and then sunday, monday the air starts to slide off and compress, the fog is minimized and temperatures start to come up. warming begins tomorrow. you will notice it but the real significant stuff happens into sunday and monday. look at the tweak up here. there is saturday right. about 90, 92, sunday boom, you are up into 99, 100 degrees, monday up toward 100. when i come back at 5:45, the big overall picture. when i come back, we will give you the specific forecast for your neighborhood on saturday and then look in to the five day and the concerns for fire danger as we get into sunday and monday. we will talk about that. see you back at 5:45. >> thank you. it's another honor for the little league team. who will pay tribute to them. >> and going behind the camera. we are saying good-bye today to someone who has helped bring us the news for more than 30 years. >> and a live picture, the gathering sight for critical mass riders for the past 20 years. a major anniversary ride expected to take place in about a h
FOX
Sep 19, 2012 5:00pm PDT
clearing from the coast. i'll show you which cities will be in the low 40's. >>> fremont police arrested a man after a bizarre chain of events last night. it started in fremont with a kidnapping attempt and then ended in union city. police crashed into the man's truck but still had a hard time detaining him. >> reporter: police say it started in fremont, with three young men, ages 19 and 20, walking at about 10 last night. 30-year-old robert abeta, tried to get them into his pickup. >> he's driving reckless, over medians and islands, over the sidewalk. >> reporter: police say the man ran and then split up, one going into this apartment complex, with abeyta giving him. the police officer had just started his shift and had just left the police station, which is right down the street from where all this happened. police say as the officer was getting a vehicle description, the truck came out of this apartment complex and that is when the chase began. the third victim had gotten away, but that chase didn't end. the suspect's truck and two police cars crashed. >> we deployed the the k-9 and the
FOX
Sep 14, 2012 5:00pm PDT
in the low 60's. fog, little bit of fog here. they will throw that first pitch. probably more like 635 degrees. that's your ball game report. the a's will do well on a roll. forecast for tomorrow morning. right at 6:00 a.m. saturday. i still -- the model the last three days, i think the fog will be filled in along the coast as it was this morning and the morning before that. the model having trouble with that but with that said you have fog at coast and in the morning but the model very aggressive. i think tomorrow will be a lot like today. i think you will see sun down, down half moon bay. i think that you will see fog in the morning hours. forecast highs, the 90's. that's the red. that's the temperature foot print for saturday. not bad. lots of 70's. temperatures will be cooler tomorrow than today. golden gate park. 65 degrees. downtown satisfy by the ballpark. 66, 70 toward berkeley. these numbers look fall like. we had 90a now mid80s. you get toward the bay and east received antioch it's 88, 89 degrees. it's not going to be a hot day tomorrow. sunday looks like just a little co
FOX
Sep 16, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. temperatures this afternoon, they range from the lower 60's in san francisco and pacifica, santa rosa topped out 80 degrees and a few low 90s. fairfield -- these numbers about the same as yesterday. most spots cool. just a few degrees. for tonight. partly cloudy, coastal fog, it'll be cooler, extended we do warm up the numbers as we approach thursday and also into friday. no major heat in our forecast. high pressure still in command of the weather, somewhat but it'll begin to loose its grip starting today, tonight and tomorrow as this area of low pressure starts to approach northern california this will help deepen the marine layer, and bring in -- bring this is in. a cooling trend. temperatures tomorrow comes down about 3 to 6 degrees in most spots from today's highs and the fog will be a factor for the morning more. the forecast model, some of the overcast between now and 7:00 tomorrow morning. you see the clouds hugging the coast, quite a bit of overcast, around the bay. this model not showing it, we have been dealing overcast out there. mid40s to the mid50s. into the afternoo
ABC
Sep 21, 2012 5:00pm EDT
announced it's already sold 2 million iphone 5's and the former apple workers in france are protesting saying only the executives reap the mony. the operating system dumped google map. >> this is essentially a corporate battle between apple and google and customers are suffering for it. >> reporter: on the maps entire neighborhoods are gone. even the hoover dam has disappeared eye think apple will work it out. >> reporter: apple fans aren't the only ones excited to get their hands on them. sor thieves. >> it has been one of the biggest targets. >> reporter: in new york. some customers are registering their phone's serial number with the police department. hundreds of iphone 5's have been stolen from stores in tokyo and london. >>> locally, people were lining up to be some of the first to get their hands on the new iphone 5. crowds gathered at the inner harbor at&t store. we talked to so who arrived as early as midnight. some were happy with their phone but they just wanted the latest version. >> we just got the new one. >> so what did everybody do to pass the time? well customers chatt
FOX
Sep 13, 2012 5:00pm PDT
nasdaq is up 42 at 3,155. the s&p is up 23 at 1,459. >>> a cement on bullying -- a sumpt on bullying, how -- a summit on bullying, how it is helping student. >> today is the warmest day of the week, which city will be the warmest tomorrow and in the low 90s. 4#çÑÑevñmóñ [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah, blah, blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no, we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver. only from at&t u-verse. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible. . >>> battling bullying. today students in san francisco got a look at thim pacts. ktvu's -- look at the impacts. ktvu's david stevenson has more on the emotional lesson. >> reporter: the film kicked off a two day conference about bullying and brought a emo
ABC
Sep 18, 2012 5:00pm EDT
slamming his suv into the seed of a building. s 4-year-old stepdaughter was in the car. after the crash, the driver ran away, leaving the girl still in the suv. the girl was not in the car seat or wearing a seat belt at the time. the man is charged, as he should be, multiple crimes, including dui. >>> anytime you put a child on live tv, it's hard to know what will happen. he was trying to joke around, make the boy laugh but got tears instead. >> get the camera out of my face. i'll take the cantaloupe. i'd make a lousy politician. >> so the reporter felt bad so he tried to cheer the by up by singing a sign but the boy is not a reporter. >> okay. let's just cut that one. >> maybe he should just stick to reporting. >> listen, you would think you would be safe in front of your own home, right? that's not what a carroll county man thought. >> until the neighbors had to come to a rescue, details on a vicious beating. >>> plus the royals taking on the tabloids. >> she's back. the breast feeding mom who sparked the covers -- controversy in nursing her toddler. guess what? she's on the cov
ABC
Sep 24, 2012 5:00pm EDT
, it probably s we have -- probably is. we have an opportunity many will be able to take advantage of. >> reporter: it'sart of a multibillion dollar mortgage settlement. thousands of you will get mail from the maryland attorney general. if you ignore this this time you could miss out on thousands of dollars. this money is not for everyone, only people who have been through tough times. they have been foreclosed upon and their mortgage has been serviced by five different lenders. now in maryland anyone who is eligible noar piece of the mon -- for a piece of the money should get a postcard and a letter, both from the ag's office. you have to return it by january 18th. you'll get a check for at least $840 although you could get close to $1800 and $2,000 and that's home if you return the forms. >> many of the people have been running from the banks and don't open the correspondence or respond to the correspondence from the banks. we want them to this is literally free money for people who have been form closed -- foreclosed upon. >> reporter: these letters are real and they should have
FOX
Sep 18, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. >> reporter: on wall street, stocks ended up today. the dow picked up 11-1/2 while the nasdaq and s & p dropped slightly. >>> american airlines sent pink slip notices. they offered bonuses to employees who quit voluntarily. so far about 1,800 flight attendants and ground workers have accepted the officer. >>> officials in contra costa county have been working to prevent the spread of west nile virus. mosquito spraying will begin in antioch. the county's mosquito and vector control district is also asking residents to drain any standing water in their homes. >>> the fog was here this morning big time. it started out cool then you look behind me. you're not going to see fog there, that's diablo. but if you're looking out, you are not seeing any fog because it's cleared away. it will work its way back in tonight. but with the fog gone, temperatures got up to the 50s. we can check out the wind buoys just offshore. winds are gusting to 21 miles per hour out of the northwest. something like this, right. so the winds overnight are going to continue northwest and they will usher that fog right
ABC
Sep 10, 2012 5:00pm EDT
appears to be ready to make a move. abc2's karen trave ver -- travers has more. >> reporter: the government is ready to acknowledge that rescue workers and those living near ground zero may have been exposed to toxins. thousands rushed to ground zero. >> they were there to help. >> reporter: some worked for month. many argue that toxins from the rubble gave them cancer and that the government ignored them. federal officials argued there was no connection between the air and cancer. >> they knew the air wasn't safe. >> reporter: now a total 180. based on new evidence, the federal government is expected to announce that 50 new cansers will be under a settlement fund. >> the first responders who were there for us, we will be there for them. we will compensate them. >> reporter: in his weekly address the president marked the 11th september 11th anniversary. >> the first responders who risked their lives on that day and every day since. >> reporter: the compensation fund went into effect last year. no addition hall money is expected to be added, fleaf with this cancer announcement unl
FOX
Sep 5, 2012 5:00pm PDT
of how good things were in the 1990's but we're not gonna hear much about how things have been in the last four years. >> ryan also acknowledged that president obama did inherit a tough economic situation but he said the president should have turned things around by now. >>> same sex unions could be on the u.s. supreme court's docket come this fall. opponents want the high court to leave in place an appeals court ruling that prop 8 is unconstitutional. the court could also take up cases involving the marriage act and the ban on federal employment benefits for same sex couples. >>> we've seen raindrops in the bay area today as well as reports of lightning and thunder. a warning has just gone into effect. >> a red flag warning in effect for most of the bay area area. we have a chance for thunderstorms. you can see the cloud cover outside right now. scattered showers now in the bay area proper, you see these showers coming out. there's nothing to indicate any thunder and lightning, but as you look up in the foothills, you see some activity. our biggest concern is cloud-to- ground lig
FOX
Sep 12, 2012 5:00pm PDT
3,114. the s&p is up 3 at 1,436. >>> one year after a deadly crash that reno air races, planes took to the sky once again. the additions to make this year's events more safe. >> reporter: the reno air races are off to a roaring start. with fast and low racing following a fatal crash in 2011 that killed 11 people. >> we were skeptical last year. >> glad to be here. glad there are fans that won't let this die. >> reporter: modifications to the course and a emphasis on safety has allowed the races to go on. >> we moved the course further to the north. >> reporter: with the changes, the planes moved out 150 feet from the stands. but you really can't tell. >> sound, motors going by, all the excitement of all the venues and everything. i still get goose pumps. >> reporter: pilots feel boxed in by the modifications. speeds hit 500 miles per hour. >> there is a couple of choke points, narrow spots on the course where we will have challenges fitting 2-3 airplanes through at the same time. >>> back now to the bay area. the weather, our chief meteorologist bill martin told us about a warming tren
FOX
Sep 26, 2012 5:00pm PDT
mom today i asked how she is doing and the mom said she brave. alex s -- alex savage, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a gas leak is capped but pg&e is working to make permanent repairs. it was damaged by a garbage truck this afternoon when it hit a riser leading to the meter at a customer's home. some homes were evacuated but everything is back to normal tonight. >>> the nfl and the referee's union could be close to a deal. the replacement refs reached a fever pitch after this play during monday night football. espn quoted sources who said a agreement was at hand. they could be on the field for this weekend. the nfl fined two coaches for their contact towards the replacement refs. bill belichick was fined $50,000 for grabbing an official's arm sunday. and the nfl gave a $25,000 fine against kyle shanahan. . >>> the pilots uniand american -- union and american airlines is headed back to the -- the airline and union could be back tomorrow. >>> andy williams has died after a long career as a singer and tv personality. president reagan called him a national treasure. [ singing ] >> the singer i
FOX
Sep 21, 2012 5:00pm PDT
people. target is one part of the renovation there at the metreon. >>> dow was down by 17, the s & p500 dipped just slightly. this was if first losing week for the stocks. >>> tesla says it is going to open 10,000 stores over the next few months. san diego, new york, new jersey and florida are some of those locations. tesla says customers will be able to customize a model s sedan with interactive displays and then see what it looks like on a giant screen. with these 10 new stores, tesla will now have 34 locations worldwide. >>> yesterday here at 5:00, bill martin helped us fine tune the timing on that shuttle fly over and the locations that were best. everything worked out didn't it. >> yeah it was one of the most spectacular days. >> it fly right in front of my house, i live out in oakland. it was so close it looked like you could hit it with a rock. >>> it was a really neat shared experience. i'm so glad the weather cooperated because some of those photos we're getting. you will see them all throughout the night. we had great photos of the fly over. the golden gate bridge in the backg
ABC
Sep 25, 2012 5:00pm EDT
hide them from the immune s the key is the capsule. >> they're small enough that they wouldn't allow new cells to get inside and kill the cell inside the capsule but allow proteins to pass in and out. >> reporter: white fat begins to burn. researchers fed rats high fat diets and injctd these capsules. >> we find out this mouse lost 20% of visceral fat. >> reporter: it's gone in less than 90 days, a promising new fat toward battling obesity in the future. >> in the coming months researchers plan to try it on animals like cats and dogs. human tests are still a few years away. >>> sibling riflery is one -- rivalry is one thing but one dad is aitting that he prefers one of his sons over the other. he posted it online. immediately other parents started weighing in and most of them were not happy. >> we need it take that language and call him my favorite. he is the one i relate to easier. if that means he's my favorite, i don't think that's too evil. >> we want to know what you think? do you have a favorite child? if you do, is it okay to say it. post your comments there and see what other
FOX
Sep 27, 2012 5:00pm PDT
s&p is up 13 to 1,447. the nasdaq is up 42 at 3,136. >>> mortgage rates dropped to record lows this week. the average rate on a 30 year loan dropped to 3.4%, down from 3.49% last week. a 15 year mortgage that also hit a record low, dropped to 2.73%. they are the lowest rates going back to 1971. >>> coming up, a woman goes to washington to take on one of the largest lenders in the nation, the reason her trip could be considered a success. >>> a poll finds california voters to be ambivalent on how government should deal with illegal immigration. 67% support allowing illegal immigrants to have a path to citizenship if they meet certain requirements. 13% say deport all. 79% of democrats support a path to citizenship, 47% of republicans say it should be the government's policy. >>> a court judge has put a lawyer in a stuff spot. the judge wanted to know why the government stopped defending the marriage act last year while the courts were deciding the constitutionallality. he -- constitutionality. the law prohibits the government from recognizing same-sex same-sex marriages when federal b
FOX
Sep 10, 2012 5:00pm PDT
close at 17.43. on wall street the dow is down 52 to 13,254. the nasdaq is down 32 at 3,104. the s&p is down 8 at 1,429. >>> authorities in wisconsin released video of a gun battle between police and a man who shot and killed several people last month at a sikh temple. >> the video shows an officer shouting at him to drop his gun. authorities say he killed six people and wounded several more before turning the gun on himself. the officer who was doing the shouting was hit several times but ended up surviving. >>> security in yemen say they killed the second in command of a al-qaeda branch. he died in a air strike along with five other people. many sources said the missile was fired from a u.s. drone. he was released to a terrorist rehabilitation program five years ago. >> authorities in mexico arrested a man with ties to hezbollah. he was released on probation from prison in july where he was serving time for a conviction on credit card fraud charges. he was detained for violating terms of his probation. he was ordered transferred to the bay area. >>> tomorrow is the 11th anniversa
FOX
Sep 3, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. tomorrow slightly cooler. low 90's inland. mid-80s around the bay. san jose almost 85 degrees. 83 napa. forecast highs cooler than today but still warm. 93 brentwood. air quality is good. fire danger is always high. san jose 86. 90 morgan hill. 91 gilroy. warm out there and along the coast cool with fog. maybe sunshine tomorrow. san francisco 71. five-day forecast with your bay area weekend in view, notice the top numbers, they dip down a little bit as we head into this week. by the weekend warms up again. 6:00 p.m. we will look at the tropical moisture and what it could bring. >> thank you. >>> a new plan to control the burning man festival. how organizers did and what they were threatened with. >>> the burning man festival is coming to a close today and officials say organizers did a good job of keeping a cap on attendance. they had set a maximum for daily attendance at 61,000 people and attendance peaked on friday at 52,000. officials placed them on probation and threatened to pull their license if they didn't control their tendons. two people were arrest -- their attendance. two pe
FOX
Sep 17, 2012 5:00pm PDT
nasdaq is down 5 at 3,178. the s&p is down 4 t 1,461. >>> coming up here, a samsung ad that takes a bite out of apple and more excitement over the iphone 5, how the cell phone is already setting records. >>> happening now, back out live that occupy protest going on in san francisco. demonstrators are marking the one year anniversary of the occupy wall street movement. protesters have been marching and demonstrating in san francisco's financial district for the past few hours. what you are hooking at is protesters at kearny and california in front of the bank of america building. at this point it looks like they are not blocking traffic on the street. there are about 250 people there and so far everything has been peaceful and there have been no arrests. the first iphone 5 have been shipped out. it will arrive by friday. apple also announced a new preorder record, 2 million phones that is double from the iphone 4s. the iphone 5 is driving apple stock to nigh height -- new heights. >>> samsung is trying to take a ad out of apple. it compare as long list of teaches for the galaxy to a
FOX
Sep 20, 2012 5:00pm PDT
report left stocks mixed. the dow is up 18 to 13,596. the nasdaq is down 6 at 3,175. the s&p is down 0.79 to 1,460. >>> we have new video of a water main break that snarled traffic this afternoon. it ruptured 5 hours ago near drake high school. that shut down the eastbound lanes. crews are working to repair it. the water district expects the lanes to be closed for two more hours. >>> rent or own, with mortgage rates at record lows is this the time to consider becoming homeowners? >> and you may notice an increase in junk mail, why this is a treasure-trove for the u.s. postal service. introducing the chase liquid reloadable card. with chase liquid, there's no waiting and no fee to activate you can load cash and checks at any chase depositfriendly atm and there are no withdrawal fees at over 17,500 chase atms all for one flat fee of $4.95 per month. get rid of prepaid problems. get chase liquid. >>> mortgage rates dropped to a new record low. freddy mac reports the average for a 30 year is 3.49%. that is down from 3.55% last week and the 15 year is down to 2.77%. it was 2.85% last week. the
FOX
Sep 24, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. the s&p is down 3 to 1,456. the nasdaq is down 19 at 3,160. >> ktvu app is ready to download. >>> the centers for disease control says prescription drug abuse among the young is on the decline. a report finds a 14% decline among 18-25-year-olds. a rise when it comes to heroin use, binge drinking and marijuana is the most commonly used drug in the country. in 20117% of american -- in 2011, 7% of americans used marijuana. >>> they are celebrating their 20th anniversary this week. the idea was to promote bicycle riding in the city but organizers wanted to challenge the use of city streets and the domination of cars and oil. a week long celebration this week will include a art exhibit, concert, a film and book about critical mass and the bicycle gathering and ride friday night. >>> suicide kills more people than car accidents according to a new study. researchers found accidents were the number two cause of injury related deaths. suicide deaths rose by 15%. >>> the 49ers have a new sponsor for their new stadium. the team announced they have finalized a deal with sap to be a found
FOX
Sep 7, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. the nasdaq inched up slightly and the s & p500 gained almost six points. >>> more now on our developing news that body that was found in san benito county near highway 101 and highway 156 on cannon road. we have just confirmed now that the body is that of a female. however, a source is telling us they do not believe that it is the body of sierra lamar. she was the 15-year-old who was missing since march when she was going to school and never returned home from morgan hill. again a body has been found, we are working to get more information but authorities do not at this point according to a source believe it is the body of sierra lamar. as we get updated information we will bring it to you. but again the headline at this hour, a body found in san benito county. it is that of a female, but we do not believe according to sources that it is the body of sierra lamar. >>> the august jobs report is having an effect on the presidential campaign since unemployment is a key issue among many voters. >> jobs numbers were very disappointmenting for almost every net new job created. appro
FOX
Sep 23, 2012 5:00pm PDT
reach western embassy. s in all 50 people have died in protests around the the world limped to that film glitch controversial advertisement posted on san francisco buss is now scheduled to appear in new york's subway system tomorrow. here is a look at ad that reads, "in any war between the civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man. support israel, defeat jihad." >> if you really want to make a change, the idea should be effective change, not just expression of anger and frustration. >> the ads were purchased by a member of the stop islamization of america organization. new york's subway authority tried to block posting the ads, but the group sued and a judge sided with, citing 1st amendment and free speech rights. >>> in news of the world, from nepal, news of a deadly avalanche that killed at least nine hikers and left six others missing. the avalanche hit a team of international climbers at 23,000' as they were preparing to head to the summit of mount manaslu. rescue pilots reported that they had seen bodies on the slopes, but had to halt their efforts because of poor
CBS
Sep 6, 2012 5:00pm PDT
officer young's from and how you could help his family at cbs s f dot com will have more video of the special to be a at the c h p academy on long >>> the coast guard john's the hon firm and possibly abducted from a bay area the getaway vehicle a 40 ft. sailboat and unleashed seeing here stolen tuesday evening. from alameda. lassie yesterday near vallejo >>> the suspicion he was trying to leave the country we have heard thailand or mexico is just speculation at this point. right now not enough information for the coast guard to launch a search if you see the bogus the unleashed call 9 1 1. >>> his campaign 2012 and president but obama and vice- president joe biden will accept their nominations tonight. randall pinkston in charlotte north carolina with more on the final night of the democratic national convention. >>> we will hear from joe biden this week to take care of that tonight the president obama will talk about taxes we've seen an excerpt he said voters face a clear choice for a fundamentally different vision where america should go. final day of the democratic convention packe
CBS
Sep 28, 2012 5:00pm PDT
vehicle yesterdayafteo. police say s was wng against traffic wearing a helmet. thcoroner's office identified her as haleyatliff, she and her fy moved here two weekso. >> beautiful, ling, outgoing, and herell. mas she drove right in the coming to school >> haley was a school at sinaloa middle school. staff brought in grief counselors toelpeal stu th tra. parents tell ushat kidsre gh t q >> they why does that happen to somne so innocent and so yawn? >> police say the driver of the s-u-v was visiting from out of state and is cooperating >> there are no signs of impairment at this point orny laws that wereiolated the we options and make sure how we have how this occurred >> it has been a point of contention. neighbors complained that th needs better warning signs.nd >> the pain is deep and it will be deep for ourommunity but what we want to express most is the family and for her friends >> one parent tells me they're planning a candlelight vigil for cayley tonight and the principal says tt griefelorounswill be here all next week to help studentsers. >> a cdlelig vigil will be held at
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Sep 13, 2012 5:00pm PDT
coast, 84. 68 in burlingame. mid-60's in the city of san francisco. low clouds are hanging tough and near the bay, temperatures in the upper 60s. 80 degrees the evening temperature and wind. we have a little bit of an onshore flow courtesy of weak low pressure to the northwest but the big weather feature is still this area of high pressure. not as strong as we first thought but still strong enough to impact the weather. it is sliding down to the south over the weekend. that subtle change will bring enough to bring on the onshore flow. mainly sunny skies each afternoon but we will see a cooling trend as that onshore flow increases. highs near 90 once again. in the '70s near the bay with a slight cooling trend this weekend. 81 in sunnyvale, 81 in campbell. 74 in hayward. concord 87, 91 in fairfield. 64 degrees in the city with sunshine in the afternoon. the weekend is looking good. low '70's near the bay and low '60's at the coast. cooling down even further next week. ,,,,,,,,,,,, >> the big apple is downsizing its soda pop. today they banned big bottles of high calorie sugar fill
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Sep 24, 2012 5:00pm PDT
oakland only 68 san francisco 59, santa rosa 78, low 80's for concord and livermore. a not warm september. only 75 are warmest temperature in san francisco. in oakland only got up to 77. later on this week we will beat all three of those temperatures as forget and off shore when it will feel more like summer. a lot of clouds at the coast line through the golden gate it will push inland. will start cloudy near the bay. for thursday this will develop low pressure to the south and high pressure to the north, that gives us an east wind or offshore wind that worms as out. also adds to fire danger. morning cloud and afternoon sunshine tomorrow and wednesday thursday we flip things around will be sunny and very warm, if you like warm weather you'll be warm by the end of the week. for tomorrow at sfo five degrees below average, 78 san jose, campbell 81, walnut creek 84, concord 83, pittsburgh 78, petaluma 74, 72 in san leandro, for thursday 90s widespread inland. approaching 80 near the bay. the coast will make it to the '70s. we just shift the winds a little bit. >>> mother nature is confused. >
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Sep 14, 2012 5:00pm PDT
trend will continue next week. mid-70s in benicia, low 70's in richmond and berkeley. woke to mid-60s in san francisco and daly city. a slight cooling trend but still sunny in the mid-80s by the top of next weekend. will be looking at temperatures leveling off load to mid-80s inland. low 70's by the bay. sunshine continues. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, >> solder scientists are trying to restore sight in the blind. the transplanted stem cells to the eyes of two patients. >> 50 year-old sylvia can only see shadows with her left thigh. she was born with an eye condition. >> i can't see clearly what i assume would be trees and i also see what is probably rooftops >> slowly she has been losing the rest of her sight because her i has no way to control the light that comes through that is damaged or cornea >> i could never imagine what it is like to have normal vision >> now she's taking part in the first of its kind experiment in scotland where scientists are trying to restore some of her sight. scientists transplanted stem cells to cornea which they hope will prepare the damage. >> they do exactly what t
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Sep 25, 2012 5:00pm PDT
herself on carrier. she has an unlimited prepaid plan with metro p c s that costs $56 per month, half of what she paid for at&t or sprint >> is something that a lot of people don't know exist >> cnet says the big carriers do not go out of their way to tell you about the prepaid plans because they're less profitable. >> they have a guaranteed sum of money they will get every single month >> and smaller companies like metro p c s and straight talk do not do a lot of advertising repaid or month-to-month plans can pay off if you are an individual user who does not use that kind of data >> sometimes they can work out to be cheaper for some people but there is a lot of math involved >> prepaid customers now have more telephone options as well. several companies are even offering pay-as-you-go plans for iphone. one downside to appeared prepaying is you need to buy your own phone. for example, on your own and iphone could cost $650 compared to $200 with a contract so it could take one year or more to realize any savings. >> there is no one size fits all, you need to educate yourself >> it has be
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Sep 7, 2012 5:00pm PDT
disappointing unemployment report. the dow closed at 13,307. nasdaq and s&p 500 also saw slight gains. the unemployment rate dropped last month but mostly because people gave up looking for a job. alexis christoforous breaks down the numbers. >> u.s. employers added 96,000 jobs in august, 30,000 fewer than expected. the unemployment rate dropped from 8.3%-8.1% but analysts say that is because more people stop looking for work. the number of people have jobs or were actively searching drop to the lowest level since 1981. the stock market which rallied on thursday lost some enthusiasm. traders believe the weak jobs report will motivate the federal reserve to take steps to jump- start the economy. >> the mandate is the employment rate and with it falling to 8.1 percent is still a dismal number >> many americans are avoiding the competitive job market and staying in school or going back for higher degrees. anthony attended a jobs fair in washington d.c. looking for work as a civil engineer while fisher finishing up graduate school >> there are some opportunities but they're more looking for pe
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Sep 11, 2012 5:00pm PDT
, sunshine at the coast, mid-60's near the bay with mainly sunny skies. we have cloud cover hugging the coast line and it will stay there tonight. i pressure is already in control of our weather but it is off to the west. by thursday, high pressure moves closer to us making a wind much lighter which means you get to enjoy and warmer temperatures. tonight we will be foggy again at the coast. near normal temperatures again and that will warm us up on thursday for three days. thursday friday and saturday will likely all be above normal. tomorrow, 81 in santa clara. a mere 80 in san jose. mid to upper 80s for woman creek and danville. 88 degrees in pleasanton. san rafael, 78. 65 in san francisco. near normal tamara and then the mid to upper 70's in the bay. sunshine sticks around over the weekend. if you want warmer weather, the choice will be saturday. sunshine sticking around towards the end of the week. >> drinking and your health, the real cost your help for those who drink too much. ,,,,,,,,,,,, >> people could drink one glass of wine per day are likely to live longer and have better h
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Sep 3, 2012 5:00pm PDT
tonight. we go from the 90's to the '60s in pretty quick order. beautiful at the bay bridge with blue sky. livermore, 94 degrees compared with san francisco at 64 degrees. san jose 67 and conquered 92. cloudy at the coast as you have been for much of the day today. 59 degrees today, a beautiful evening in the bay. fire up the bar-b-que, 84 degrees in wind. the satellite review shows do not much is going on. the marine layer is thin and will likely stay at the coast but there is tropical moisture to the south that will fire up some moisture in our direction which will translate to cloud cover. you'll notice in increase wednesday or thursday and you can see that played out in future cast. much of the moisture staying at the coastline for the next couple of days but tuesday afternoon we will begin to see an increase in clouds and probably a pretty big change on thursday. fog will likely stay at the coast migrating inland this evening and you wake up to cloud cover in the bay as well. tomorrow, 90s in the inland locations. temperatures for tomorrow, santa clara topping out at 87. uni
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Sep 12, 2012 5:00pm PDT
california. police chased the s-u-v following the heist this morning. at one point, a suspect through a money bag out the window. police ran to pick up the cash. officers pulled them out and arrested them. a prehistoric discovery unearth in the middle of the bay area construction site. the other historical items workers dug up. >> it does not look like an outside but some of the warmest weather we have seen so far this month is coming up very soon. >> the tourist camera taken on a ride across the bay. the vi,,,,,, >> siegel's are notorious for stealing food at functions but not cameras. this is what happened to one tourist, she put her go pro camera down and while it was still rolling in segal took off with it. it took off across the water and drop off a few seconds later. the video now has more than 60,000 use on youtube. to see the entire flight you can go to our website. the secret is out, apple unveiled its new iphone. len ramirez has a preview of the device. >> unlike past apple announcements of its products which were always super secretive, a lot of information about this phone t
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Sep 5, 2012 5:00pm PDT
tomorrow for campbell. 89 in brentwood, conquered 84. mid-60's in san francisco. an offshore wind might develop, clearing out the coast with highs in the upper 60s. roberta is live in pleasanton keeping one eye to the fun and the other to the sky >> would have mostly cloudy skies in pleasanton with a little bit of debris is out of the west shaking up the leaves on the elm trees. currently 82 degrees in pleasanton and every wednesday, the first wednesday of the month, closed down beautiful main street and about 25,000 people come out to party. we will even talk about the raindrops we are experiencing as well. ,,,,,,,,,,,, >> the nfl season starts tonight that that is not the only football mayors >> a new study links that sport to several debilitating brain diseases. >> during eight seasons in the nfl kevin turner had plenty of collisions, some so hard that they made it said spent >> ringing in your ears, you may see some spots >> now the 43 year-old is battling lou gehrig's disease. a study finds that players like turner may be likely to die from diseases such as als and alzheimer's dise
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Aug 31, 2012 5:00pm PDT
degrees. '60s and '70s to the low eighties around the peninsula. 86 degrees in brentwood. upper 70's in santa rosa. here is the extended forecast, 10 degrees warmer on sunday. on labor day we talk nearly 100 degrees in the warm spots. it will be smoking hot outside. >> surgeons might now have a promising new tool to keep people from dying from stroke >> the fda has approved a tiny device that is already saving lives. >> she was getting dressed for work when she collapsed to the floor. the 51 year-old was having a stroke. >> my speech was extremely slurred >> it turns out a clot was blocking blood flow >> ec the artery coming out and then you see an abrupt stop >> neurosurgeon inserted in new device and called the tree vote interlay again into brain >> the second this comes out i have restored blood flow to the brain >> it has a delicate mess that expands through the clock allowing blood to flow immediately at a time when minutes could mean the difference between life and death >> saved her life, without question this device saved her life >> every four minutes in the u.s. someone dies f
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Sep 20, 2012 5:00pm PDT
mateo 66. low to mid '70's. saturday warmer than sunday but still mainly sunny and we will keep that theme with low 80s inland and '70s in the bay all the way into next week. >> currently 72 degrees right outside hewlett-packard pavilion, the home of the sharks. we are here because one of the hottest family entertainment shows in the country is right here in san jose. that man live is performing, come to san jose because we're not talking singing and dancing, we're talking about theatrics. if you want more information is cbssf.com and coming up, at 6:00, the bat mobile. it is very cool. >>,,,,,,,,,,,, >> americans are sleeping less, getting heavier and feeling stressed like never before >> one of the very first scientific conferences to look how these helpers' interact took place at uc-berkeley. >> cordially, not sleeping well, too much stress and all the wrong foods added up a bad way >> i found that over time, not that much time, i picked up about 12 lbs. and i was really unhappy about it >> sleep stress and obesity were the topics at a symposium at uc- berkeley. >> we are add
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